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Syrian Electronic Army modifies DNS entries from Gigya platform
The Syrian Electronic Army has experienced a change in the DNS entries of logon service Gigya to registrar GoDaddy visitors plenty of great websites redirected to websites that are owned by the hackers. The DNS entries should now be repaired by GoDaddy.
Include the websites of Microsoft, Dell, Forbes, The Guardian, The Telegraph and La Repubblica affected by the attack on GoDaddy. Meanwhile GoDaddy and Gigya have the DNS entries restored, though it might by the design of the DNS system take some time before the problem is solved completely.
The Syrian Electronic Army has been active since 2011. The hacker collective succeeded early this year to user data steal at Forbes and has more DNS entries from companies and organizations adapted .Viewing:-171
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